Will Gilson and Pastry Chef Brian Mercury Kick Off Sunday Brunch This Memorial Day Weekend!
Puritan & Company’s Chef/Owner Will Gilson and Pastry Chef Brian Mercury have created a special takeout Sunday Brunch menu. Starting today, Wednesday, May 20th, Puritan & Company guests can pre-order Sunday Brunch takeout or curbside pickup online at www.puritancambridge.com or by calling the restaurant at 617-615-6195. Pickup is available on Sunday, May 24th from 10a until 2p. Puritan & Company is located at 1166 Cambridge Street in Inman Square.
The Brunch menu includes:
A Selection of Brian Mercury’s Pastries- $4 Each
A Selection of Breakfast Sandwiches
Red Flannel Hash with Eggs
Spinach and Feta Quiche
Bagels with Pastrami Lox and Cream Cheese
Buttermilk Biscuit with Nutella or Jam
Sides of Bacon and Sausages
When: Brunch Pre-Order starts today at noon online at 617-615-6195 or at www.puritancambridge.com
Brunch Takeout and Curbside Pickup Starts on Sunday, May 24th
Where: Puritan & Company, 1166 Cambridge Street, Inman Square, Cambridge, MA – 617-615-6195 – www.puritancambridge.com
About Puritan & Company – Puritan & Company is Chef/Owner Will Gilson’s first restaurant, located in Cambridge, Mass.’s Inman Square. The modern-American dining destination pays homage to New England history and the restaurant’s neighborhood. The Puritan & Company concept is that of an urban farmhouse where Gilson presents seasonal, fresh cuisine deeply rooted in New England tradition, while in the modern American style for which he is best known. The beverage program embodies Puritan & Company’s piety to the New England bounty and tradition, with a focus on the often overshadowed, classic art of pairing of food and wine.
Gilson presents touches of his familial hospitality and their passion for herbs sprinkled throughout the dining experience at Puritan & Company. Everything from the material, to the color scheme, to the host stand (a repurposed antique stove from the 1920’s), to the menu (stuffies, hard tack crackers, and Puritan Cake) all have special meaning and transport guests from Cambridge back to the Puritan time.